Education, Training, & Certifications
- Publications & Artistic Works
- Patel, A, Vieira, MMC, Abraham, J, Reid, N, Tran, T, Tomecsek, K, Vissoci, JRN, Eucker, S, Gerardo, CJ, and Staton, CA. "Quality of the Development of Traumatic Brain Injury Clinical Practice Guidelines: A Systematic Review." PloS one 11, no. 9 (January 2016): e0161554-. (Review) Full Text
- Sullivan, S, Eucker, SA, Gabrieli, D, Bradfield, C, Coats, B, Maltese, MR, Lee, J, Smith, C, and Margulies, SS. "White matter tract-oriented deformation predicts traumatic axonal brain injury and reveals rotational direction-specific vulnerabilities." Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 14, no. 4 (August 2015): 877-896. Full Text
- Eucker, SA, Barrett, TW, and Schriger, DL. "Are 2 drugs better than 1 for acute agitation? A discussion on black box warnings, waiver of informed consent, and the ethics of enrolling impaired subjects in clinical trials: Answers to the january 2013 journal club questions." Annals of Emergency Medicine 61, no. 6 (2013): 708-716. Full Text
- Eucker, SA, Barrett, TW, and Schriger, DL. "Are two drugs better than one for acute agitation? A discussion on black box warnings, waiver of informed consent, and the ethics of enrolling impaired subjects in clinical trials." Annals of Emergency Medicine 61, no. 1 (2013): 82-83. Full Text
- Coats, B, Eucker, SA, Sullivan, S, and Margulies, SS. "Finite element model predictions of intracranial hemorrhage from non-impact, rapid head rotations in the piglet." International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience 30, no. 3 (2012): 191-200. Full Text
- Hashmi, SK, Sullivan, S, Eucker, SA, Coats, B, Lee, J, and Margulies, SS. "FEM-predicted regional tissue strains aligned with the white matter tracts predict axonal injury." 2012 38th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, NEBEC 2012 (2012): 151-152. Full Text
- Eucker, SA, Smith, C, Ralston, J, Friess, SH, and Margulies, SS. "Physiological and histopathological responses following closed rotational head injury depend on direction of head motion." Experimental Neurology 227, no. 1 (2011): 79-88. Full Text
- Friess, SH, Ralston, J, Eucker, SA, Helfaer, MA, Smith, C, and Margulies, SS. "Neurocritical care monitoring correlates with neuropathology in a Swine model of pediatric traumatic brain injury." Neurosurgery 69, no. 5 (2011): 1139-1147. Full Text
- Eucker, SA, Hoffman, BD, Natesh, R, Ralston, J, Armstead, WM, and Margulies, SS. "Development of a fluorescent microsphere technique for rapid histological determination of cerebral blood flow." Brain Research 1326 (2010): 128-134. Full Text
- Ibrahim, NG, Natesh, R, Szczesny, SE, Ryall, K, Eucker, SA, Coats, B, and Margulies, SS. "In situ deformations in the immature brain during rapid rotations." Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 132, no. 4 (2010). Full Text
- Zhou, C, Eucker, SA, Durduran, T, Yu, G, Ralston, J, Friess, SH, Ichord, RN, Margulies, SS, and Yodh, AG. "Diffuse optical monitoring of hemodynamic changes in piglet brain with closed head injury." Journal of Biomedical Optics 14, no. 3 (2009). Full Text
- Zhou, C, Durduran, T, Yu, G, Eucker, S, Friess, S, Ichord, R, Margulies, S, and Yodh, AG. "Real-time monitoring of hemodynamic changes in neonatal pig brain with head trauma injury." Optics InfoBase Conference Papers (January 1, 2006).
- Eucker, SA, Lisauskas, J, Courtois, MR, and Kovács, SJ. "Analysis of left ventricular hemodynamics in physiological hyperspace." Journal of Applied Physiology 92, no. 1 (2002): 323-330.
- Eucker, SA, Lisauskas, JB, Singh, J, and Kovács, SJ. "Phase plane analysis of left ventricular hemodynamics." Journal of Applied Physiology 90, no. 6 (2001): 2238-2244.
- Eucker, S, Lisauskas, JB, Singh, J, and Kovacs, SJ. "Human cardiac physiology in the phase plane: The ejection fraction to limit cycle area relation." Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology - Proceedings 1 (1999): 229--.
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